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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

• TEETH. -_.__.._ SILICIQUS METAtLic, OR MINERAL INCOKRUrTIBLF, "TEETH.* ¦—.-—Is.has far-inan}-^ear3-bccn--a-great-»leiMdernt»m: among European and American I)eiilists,'to' inanul'ucturc Teeth from, incorruptible materials which should imitate the natural lining-TeeUi. . ' ' . Many havcMejfltcd years (q unsuccessful experiments, and .others .have- succeeded -in- manufacttring teeth of materials .similar (o Uic porcelain ware, but generally (hey have an opaque white appearance, by Which they are easily distinguished from Uic human-(ceth. ' - - Aflci-lPng and tedious oxperimnits, the subscriber has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly in imitation nf human teeth. They have a semi-transparency, and are made of various sizesand shades. -. . In cases where absorption of the aveolar process, or other causes may render it necossnrv, he'will.cast of dip same-materials "attached to" tlie" teeth, artificial gums, which shall imitate the gum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

I\OTI€E. ' Tlie*!:nhscrihrr having been' appointed bv (he Orphans' Court of-Cumberland county, to marshal tb« . assies in the hands of Robert Miller, Admiiiistratnr -. of William II. Miller, lute of Allen township, de»M., will attend at his. office ou Wednesday the S5th""day" " of trtdv, for that purpose * HUGH GAULTAGttBR. . .111110 25,1833.-r-;lt.. ., 30 .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

FOURTH OF JULY. RITNER AND HARRISON. '"—rl.ie%1,ll"'ersignedf-nianagers for the pccasidii, respectlullyinvite-the-friends of-JOSEPH RlTNER and the opponenta oS.Martin I'em 7/urra', to meet at the Grove of Messrs. Henderson 8c Parker, nhout one . ">des cast ofihe borough of Carlisle. oii-Wtfiliiesdfiv T(liv3lti_oLJiily,(o-celebrate(hc-02dAmiiversar\^of Amciicon Independence. EDWARD M. BIDDLE, * . WILLIAM M. HENDERSON, •GEORGE M. PHILLIPS, ' • ;.; JAGOR WEIBLEY, ' ' i -.-.'JACOB.. BRH'l'Z, : JAMES A. GAULLAGIIE«, JAMES NOBLE, », y " GEORGE FLEMING.;, ; ^ June 20, 1838." - ' . i'OUISTMM 6jF.JPM.iryl 8«8; f|1IIE citizens of JVhniille and its vicinity wiBfcel-X ebrate the fi'Jn'AvNiVEnsAur or Ameiiii-an InnErtiNiiENcE,. in the.usual niHiiner, wiUioiit distinct ion of jinrty." .... , Several apin-pprinto addi-csscs will be delivered in the Presbyterian Church. . '. The Ladies nf (ho Boroiigh and vicinity,"and the public generally are invited (oaUend, . J fly. order ofthe Commiu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

SHERIFF5 ^ SALE. s. . . ..-.; _. , , B^i vir tue ef a writ^f-VenditianirExpnhas^to^me directed, issued out of Uie Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, aV.U1 be exposed tp public sale at Uie Court House in Uic borough of Carlisle, on Xaturday-the Ath day ofJlugust next, 1838, at 10 o'clock ^ A. M. Uie following described real estate, to wit; . ,: - •.The Forge and Furnace estate, called: —Momit'It0tejt~Mrifn lf*fv^sj composed of several adjoiiiing.niid.cnntigupus.surveys or (racft of land; situate in SouUi MHJdletdii and Dickiiison-townships,and cbnlriiiiing in ajl about ,'7689^SU3B3ES:; - . OF LAND, be the same more or less; bounded by hinds of Ma'yberry's heirs, Jane 'riio'nipsoii, Valentine lloll'mau,.Poter Ege; -Adam Houk,.,Thomas Weakley,,'-William „Wcaklloy;.J.-Doticll, Samuel Weakley, tlie lii-lrs of .1. Mooi-e, dee'd, and others, together witli all mines and minerals, and right ol p6ssessipn-of-digging-jmd-taking-tirerpi"miniiig^nrf|i pr inany way attachedoi'appurlen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

€!jkJB.&P83' S&:, TMM.8JV EV'JSBl! Fin. IE subscribers have just received from the cities j|_. efjVi-w York and Philadeltihia,a handsome assortment of. new desirable Goods; among which are Rich Payited Muslins and Lawns,' ; ( ' Rich Figured Satins anil P'oult do Soi'es, Black and Blue-Black Poult de Spies, and GrPs de " "Naples, . •- ' ' , . ".. ' Black It. Lutestrings, Gros de Paris, .Gros de H.hincs, ._ --^_.._-_,',_... '- ¦ - SupcV iuTdlTxtfa Super7)ybns, Silk Velvets. „_ "' Lupins Bombazine and.Baraages, . " • Hlack Satin Vesting,./. Black Italian and imitation cravats. ; " India Satins and Levantines. "¦ «. ¦ -Senchews and Sarsnctts, '-'-.¦ ." *.-Coloured Lavantine -and -Marceline handkerchiefs. Super Linen.Cambric Handkerchiefs, ¦ -. Pongee, Flag and Handaiuia do Blond Gauze Veils; and Demi Veils, * •Black Bobinctt Veils-1-4.5-4 niuLG-4. . ; /tadies' and Gentlemen's English Silk.Hose., --Tloskiivand Beaver"Gloves,- ":'- *--." ,' Extra- sutler Buck ' do. '--!_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

;: M<P-&3yTJBBJ%*-' ISOW8MS.--'' THE'subacriber announens¦ to (hepnblic;-tbathe . ^ JV^oft has rented die well known ®[«tt(^ \'Taveru Stautl, 1 j^Pft^^i:' \at Slerrett's Gap,-. . r"rtules Noith of Carlisle, and 14 miles West of Harrisbiirg, where he solicits'a share of public patronage, fids taCle shall be filled with the best the markets will Kljb'rd; his Bar is supplied with choice Lmpors. : AlspiaTilmgrwftl'rall Uic-nccessary.provisipnlorJioK. ses, and attended with a careful hostler. , ¦ .Todiose unacqviainted with tbe'ptacg, he would state, that it is situated ona fine healtliy part of Uie country, with a splendid, view of Cumberland Valley, from t*he observatory, exactly^on the top of die. Blue Mountain, at the junction of the State roads, frcm Hari-isburgto Landi'sburg and Bloomficld, and Irom Carlisle to Clark's Ferry. Persons wishing to spend a few weeks in thecountrv, during die warm'weather, could not find a more comfortable place,it.being,her tween,and w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

:__L; :^3eil®i3B^: . flCIGUTY HOBtSE^ (£Q Blatks and AQlBays,) Arfrrequired fortheWited^tatca^Cifalfy-ScWoi of Practice-,",at Carlisle Barracks. .', ¦'..', .-\ Thesf Horses inuat be well formed, strong, active, and perfectly sound: between (bur and six years old; about fifteen hihds high, and long tails. t- . " A fair price.will be paid, iii cash,'for hot-ici'of thi description. - > E; V. SUMNE, Capt. tt Dragoons. - Cairlisle Barracks,? ,-¦- . .... i.. --.-'-.-. May 17,1838. S4, . '_.-. - , ,.„' . ' .Cook at This, HAVING disposed of my stock, I request all who have 'unsettled iccoiints,' particularly Uiose who suspect themselves to be indent, (as the creditors in general, are apt to observe a oommendable,promptm.s3,1 to call at the "residence of the: "8ilbscrib6r, soon, and prevent any_aclidn oh hispart.that might occasion dryness hereafter. • J\ constant supply of BRANDRETH'S PILLS, will bekeptWhe Post Office, by JOHN MOORE. }Tewville,.May'"29,1838. '. :r ¦ ! ¦'. . - . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

, -fii.jLiiii'wV'A.miai. --"^T-^i^®^Qa'^%--r" ' . Returns his slitce're thanks to tie citizens of Carlisle andndjoinlhgcouritry, for Uie piott liGSral patronage which has been hestoweifupon Jum, and wishes to 111-form'Uie publicgencrally that he.has replenished his Stock of Goods,"and. flatters liimself Uiat he. will be able to give entire satisfaction to^U who will call at his Store, botii in quality and price, of goods ."as he is resolved to sell low for cash. . .> Call at tlicold wcllK'nown Staiid of Iiillarlan.in North Hanover Street, and examine his stock of Goods;'as lie luts a general "and complete assortment of Hardware, , . - ' CUTLERY, PAINTS,'dlLS, &Ci Also, a large assortment of Griffin's Double Refined Steel Fassmore and Ne\yton Darlington's Corn and Grass Sctfthes. He hasalso the New Cumberland Nails—but call and examine, each one for himself. Carlisle,May 14,lSSS*.—3m. ..''-..-.. 24 .' -.; C.illLIj •JiJVMP. SEE..,. ' WRWW® 111*. Thesubscribertalcest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

' VII. I 11IL-C PROIPfSK^e , •' :0^-®M0M*X , ; THE^bscriber will sell ai private sale,"Jir will ;le Befor a terra ef years, thatyaluabletract of land, 'sitbate in Uie sodUicrnpart of Uie borobgh of Carlisle, "Containing about 5 Acres, having'Uiereoii erected a Kaurge Stone Building'^ (Foiiherly known'is "Gray's .Distillery,*.) 7T7T«narpbi)^c: ~ and a Brick Dwelling House; with two wclh., of water on tiie premises." Tins property is suitable for many purposes, such as distilling, a foiindery, or tan .yard. The buildings will be sold or leased, with or without the land, and possession given immediately." For terms apply to '-.-.¦. ~ . JAMES ARMSTRONG. ..Carlisle, April 9,1838. '-.-.-,;-: - --- FAKMESd'S HOTEL. High Street, a few doors cast of tht 'Court House, ._ , --•• '-CARLISLE-.'--' The subscriber having leased .the above named establishment from Mr. \Simon WiM.derttch,m$> hav-" ing pl-ovided himself with every thing necessary, is now enabled to -accommodate travellers ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

. UNITED STATES ARMY. , "¦•; . BECRPlTINftiiSERVICE. ;.' : WANTED for the Uhited States Amur, a fe\v able-bodied citizens,.between the ages of 18 and,35 years, being about five feet six inches high, of good character, and of respectable standing among Uieir fellow-citizens. None need apply to enter Uie service, but those who arcdetcrmined to serve Uie period pf Uieir enlistment—which is only .three years hoilesUy and faithfully.. Pay of Dragoon —*- — eoUIierSjViheh—; , , mounted. -.'¦'-•-. -••-• "- ¦ -v *¦ ^ *« This table-shows the amount of'" b ^ <§ ' pay which enlisted soldiers, ac-' ¦ >t> *t? "S* Jcdrding to their respective glides, *sj ™ "• are entitled to receive for their, . -t, So m . services.. -~""¦ - ' ^- - § r? 5. a § , «^ '~ ",, —^-' P; ? ?_ To the Sergeant-Majpr,Quarter-Master Sergeant, Chief Musician, and Chief Bugler—each " ,' 16-t92~040-ToUjp'lstSergcnnt of a company ' ..;IS' 180 575 Or'dhance Sergeaitts .'•'"-•>-- .' Afiu another Sergct...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

«< ..-FOR'R'EBilvKt.;" ,." THAT large and commodious TAVERN «.TAND> formerly in Uiu oceminney of CTEJll. IJavis, situated on tile-corner pi -Main aiid Bedford stpaeta, oppdsite Uie jail. - Said .house, has long been' occupied as a TATifdif, and is-well wortlirUie-attention of (^person competent to keep a.good house, (lio buildings being extensive and calculated to give comfortable accommodation to sojourners^ tee. *crr extensive stabling, and a first rate well of water in the yard. This property will be let on advantageous terms to Eeison desirous of engaging in the tateiW*eepinB usiiiess. Also, a' Frame JBmUUng adjoining the tavern suitable for offices or shepsfpr mechanics. ' . nOBER^^eCIiAW,.• . ' AgcMfor_ComtnodoreJesteJi.JElhoii.' -r^MBrclrl2r»^38i\—:—:,v_. ± :—-¦-—¦¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

NEW GOODS. .- CHARLES OGIEBY '-•:'^ HAS just receiyefpr large snpyly of new »nd ««_v sonableGddds, "consisting in'part of V Cloths, Cassimers," Cassinetts, fastings' ,-Summer Cloths, 'Linen Drillings, MeU bowne striped. Calicoes, Ginghams, Cam irrics, Irish. Linens, Silks, Gloves, /Sloth irigs, Musline De'Luinet, ChalleesiUmbrellas, Parasols, Leghorn, Tuscan, and Straw Bonnets, fyc. fyc. ¦"''...'. . Also, an entire new stock of BOOTS and SHOES, and Fresh,Groceries, all of which have been laid in clieap,-and will be" sold unusually low for cash: - C. O. returns his thanks to the citizens of Carlisle and vicinity, for'thi. liberal share of .patronage heretofore bestowed, and respectfully solicits'a continuance of the same. Persons-wishing (o purchase will please call and exnminehis stock,4is he is determined to sell on as good terim as"any house in Uie borough. He.continues at Uie old sUmd, nearly opposite S. Elliott's Drug store, and four doors cast of the. market house. May 22,183...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

^ Farm for Sale; . THE subscribers offer for sals their tract of Land, Situated about four miles north-west of- Martinsfiurg-Ber-kely county, Va., containing 350 ACRES ° f,first rate JJmestone Land, to whicn aboutOn* Hundred more can bc'added.ifthc.piirchaserdesire* it, equal'iii strength and IcTtilityPf,soil tp any in the1 great Valhjy-of Virginia. It is finely watered'and .well improved as' to buildings, f_c, having upon.it a large and commodious Brick-Dwelling Hpute and good Kitchen,- a",.firie. Limes(orie Spring in the yard, which has iieye'r'known to fail, with-a Stone Spring -House; at:".its~"s50_*i;, and a short distance from it a large Stone Distillery, with over heailwater. Alio, two Excellent Orchards, of grafted fruit; good Barnsj and stables, smoke, house, corn bouse, wagon sheds, and .other out buildings, of necessity or cont-enient on a 'farm.,Of this land'j aboiit typo hundred and.ninety 'Acres are cleared, and, in a high-state of cultivation: the balance well cloth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

-- THEGIRARB Li*.v*1"*?™ ¦ tij*a@phra ft Mif*iff ¦ ¦ - l^t lli^liPfiiOEi . Annuity end Trust Company of Philadel'--'- ¦ - ---- - A- phia.-. •- ¦ .'• ¦¦• — - '."' ¦ "6$cc,-l5<J, Chestnut street. ; .%A^iTAJL'Gt $3£>-*"M>00. - Charter Perpetual. "S"NSUitr. LIVES, grant ' Annuities and. Endou-,B- mints and make contracts generally tliat involve "lie.contitigcnoy of life. . Accept Trusts as authorized 4iv th^. cbiirter," from individuals, corporate hollies, or -(^^uias-B_ijustice^tuilxxecute_ll_uiij|gr'e.eabjy;t___tHe d-.s'ire qf the parties, and receive Deposites of money ,iii trust, and"on interest) :- . ' LIFE INSURANCE,—The terms ftro.as low-as t'ose of any ofiice in the Union. .. ' Hates for Insuring $100. - . ''-¦•'' Age 'For I Year For 7 Years' Whole Life -.'.*¦ AnnU^dly. . Annually. ' 20 SO 91 , ¦ $0 95. "m Tl-25 I 00 1 l!2 2 04 r ; 3ft . ... -j: 3j - j 3^ .. -—. e 36. ,,. .-85" 1 36 1 53 2 75. 40 1 69 1 8S 3^0 -"45 1 O'l 1 96 3-73 ^ 60 " I 96 2 09 ¦ 4^60 ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 10 July 1838

TEUM^.":: " The" Carlisle jterald' &Expositor.," will be issued every TUESDAY"AFTERNOdN, ni Two pW uns.peranntim,payable iii advance.. ¦" . ., * ADVERTISEMENTS insprted at Uie usual rates;' Letters addressed (o the editor,pn businessj MUST BE POST PAID, otherwise they will receive no at-' tention. - :'\~.: . :V„ V .. ... ¦-—^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 10 July 1838

POETRY^ » ————: '• : 1 ! , -,....,.. 7,.:.,7" """With sweetest flowers cnriqh'd. ' From "vnrioujfgnHleiistuU'tt with .care, h ¦ ; -—f \ ;"i ¦•. . From the French of Bei-anger. .,-... .SECRET COURTSHIP.: 7'.. • [A blnid mother sits in a cottage beside iieifprctt daughter, and .cautions her, against love; while, i the same time, an amatory scene is goingonlx - 'tween the-girl and the very lover whom the ol , ^ame dreads.] "....'.. „ . Daughter, while you turn the wheel, * '_, i Csfenjo the words I say:' - -.'•".. Colin has contrived to steal ... _. , . ^-iJyOur unthinkingluart awajv OOiis fawning voice, beware, "You arc all a blind one's care, • - And I mark your sighs whene'er Our young neighbor's name is heard;; - 'Colin's'tiaiigile is false and .winning—- ._,.;. Hist! the window is unbarred! Ah, Lisette.' :youare not spinning! The room is close and warm, you say; But, mv daughter, donot peep i^_^^JT.hrouglUhitcj^ciT!£ntp^ht^ml_day _j":^ Coliir there his wiitclrrtoUi keep....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 10 July 1838

COMMUyiCATIOIV. Fob the Heiiau> & Expositor. j If you think the following comjipjitfication, on the pernicious effects of the.habjt ^F'profe^ing^clifiatiMSi iir'giViWg'Snd'Tit--tendingon PartiesVfMjhey.are";';c6mthonly'' T;eTracd" ,; i?"n5rim:6feswtcnHvito purport of;your paper,: you1 are•.iiberty.to. insert it at any time you may deem proper. The sentiments, it,is true, atb;more appropriate for a religious paper than'for. a'pbliti^ Tjal.one, "and for this /reason ^ou^may'peri.. haps object to its publication;but thei want of the former in this place*; is the cause of my sending it to you ^ ¦• . ,; "';V',p^> All TITS Ss.'.:; J.j- ;;^ . AVhilstthe obVigatiohsofreUgip'n enforce the exercise of that ?< charity wlifch-hopeth all things,";Ihby^t'ftq^ that those wjio pVpfess^D^go^verhed by i{s.';prefc^p, ts• ¦ ••¦*.be 7npt^conformed to this" •world, 'but .be;.tra!wfbrm;g4 ^ of ^eir^inils/%;^hiM,;; ^|o;|^y'^dt 1 only permit, 'Jrt^hjo^ttto--In^cliafige^i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 10 July 1838

* '..* . From the Latins Hook. "Ti-ullMs sti-ahge. stcangcr than fiction.'^ "Do you remember Charles Brandon?" askedrmy. friends -I-wag sitting-at the window, lost iii re; verie,'ai)d-jrazing listlessly , at-= the .eddying waves of a November fog, •whicli'iiad for hours been clinging to the bosom of,our common mother, Tike remorse tothe'heart of a dying sinner. "Do you remember Charles Brandon?". My day ciream "was dispelled, "and. with (Sal hameunheardfor years, came thronging to my heart brigkt visions of early days'* The green fields of childhood glowed around me, and'mid thc.dear familiar faces of friends long departed,; that, socn'.ed to sTnile;" bnc"tf-lnofe'in^ minev-^ashctl^agitjir with all its wonted fire, the s<Hil-.°pnakiiig eve of the ill-starecl Brandon. I'sce liim just;as-he.looked when!Avitjijj]s.jipiini!- orphan sister he first became a' resident of our village. His handsome "features Wore the high stamp of intellect, and liis dark brown hair turned gr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 10 July 1838

/^OMTlgAI ^ '.spSSoh-' Op Edward Joy Mokrisj of, Puilasel-- -.phiat • -'• •-•'¦ . Jn theylnti-Fan Jiitren YmmgJMen's Conventional :'*^V~J~~~-r^—licading,;Juhe 5</i,"l838---"¦ -.-¦ -.-- ,' Mr; President,- arid:Gentlemen of.the-Conyentionr^-Iani b'ut'bn tlie threshhold of manhood, but-1 feel in common with- my cotemporarips, the yptuig.meivof this bo.dy, a'd'eep"interest"in the objects for whichIbis. Convention is assembled. We, sir, who are just entering upon active life, cannot be indifferent fo political contests, whieh-involve so muchTpf'high principle,''"' and have such an important influence, for good or -ilU upon-.the-fortunes, of-.the" Commonwealth, and ourselves,'as" tlfat which is approaching in October next. • While a personal intbfestr to secure for our term of life a government,"" wluch_shall be promotive of social-security arid happiness, urges usto'luinglein political warfare, WGvjare impelled by the duty we owe to our. courftryyand the institutions •which ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 10 July 1838

- ^.qjsjjtTS. 7 - "" "=;—- ; ' The following ndtaicd. persons hayoibeeri appointed Agents for the ;" Carlisle,Herald & Expositor,".to whom payment for subscription and advertisements canbemade. - ;' \ . ..'.... ..-.'- 0. Shellyj Esq. Shiremanstown, Qumh. Co. Scott Coyle, Esq. Newvillc, do ¦ P. Koontz, Esq. Newhurghi dp ••---.-• Tuos^W. HiHES, Esq. Shippensburg, do John WuNDcniicii, Esq. do» do-J^MateeRjEsci. Hogiicstown, .do - . • , B. Wilson, Esq. Mechanicsburg, _ "do , ;. ; William ItUNSnA,Esq. Hopewell^ do .' •It. StuHoeojt, Esq. Churchtown, '.do " Dr. Asa White, New Cumberland, do ,'Thos. Black, Esq, Bloom'field; Perry «ounty. -'A.Black, Esq. Landisburg,-- ----- - ;do.= -.,_.:--

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